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It is a quite little resort. But make sure you get to know your neighbors cause you can hear each other snore with how close each spot it. Pack them in like sardines. Restrooms need a little work and keeping them clean but all and...More
The location of the park was why we went here. Sites are long, but our site had us walking out of our unit with our neighbor facing us so we shared a common area. That might not work with some people. Pool was busy as...More
Full hookup, Great Staff, our lot was large, you do not feel like you are on top of one another. Two Laundry and shower areas. And a dog run! Improving the RV park and campground everyday. Easy to find and not far from downtown Idaho...More
Snake River RV is right off the 1-15 so it is handy for a stop-over . We stayed a few days and found lots to see and do near-by. Pool and hot tub weren't opened yet but it looked inviting anyways. The office had a...More
This campground was a stop for us on the way home from Utah to Seattle. Driving in we encountered small town industrial area and I was concerned at first due to the high number of permanent residents. However management was obviously focused on hosting a...More
The store hours vary according to season, also the selection is very limited and a little pricey as well. I would hit the stores Susan P mentions, they're not hard to find or far to drive.
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will be coming thru idaho falls aug 4 pulling a 34' 5th wheel
are reservations advisable for an overnight at the snake river
rv park & campground???
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Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take... More
Hi Cindy: We always make reservations during the summer months in high use areas, particularly near weekends. When we were camping between Boise and McCall off Highway 55 in BLM sites we made no reservations because few take them. Some of our best was when we had sites entirely to ourselves right near the Payette river, We are in a 20 foot motorhome, so can get in these tight little areas, you probably can't. Our favorite in the area of McCall was McCall RV resort a G7 facility, you can't beat that one - 10 out of 10. Enjoy yourselves. Cheers Alvin.